It was called Bit Tet Hai Ty. There's a guy who valets motorbikes for you as well - we thought that was pretty amusing. We just saw tables and a guy who valets, but no kitchen. We had no clue where or how they cooked the food, but sometimes things are better left unknown, especially in Vietnam.
We were full from dinner but we ordered some beer and one dish. I think it was spicy squid with celery. It was a stir -fried dish with pieces of squid, onions, tomatoes and what looked like chives. At first we were thinking, where's the celery? I think the chive looking thing must be from the celery family, because I definitely tasted celery, but there were no stalks of celery anywhere in our dish. They gave us a small bowl of soy sauce with chili to dip the squid in.
On the table was a bottle of Chin-Su. I was half expecting a spicy ketchup, but it was actually a sweet chili sauce, which was not spicy at all.
Here's what the place looked like when we left. Everywhere you go, you will just see used napkins on the floor. People just toss them aside after they use them.
This is a scene we would see again and again on this trip. Red tables, blue chairs and white napkins on the floor. I kind of miss it.
Bit Tet Hai Ty
20 Hang Giay (where it meets Hang Buom, I think?)